I loved the different balconies, doorways, paintwork and brickwork in this backstreet in Valletta. I actually find the backstreets more interesting that the main streets and big monumental building etc.
Thought I’d so something more surreal today. A quiet enclave in a restaurant in M’dina, Malta.
A pretty straight work : “Yellow”, Mellieha, Malta
I thought I’d try a short Facebook advertising campaign to see if I can get more visitors to view my website. It’ll be interesting to see what results this might bring.
I thought the subject might suit an impressionist style work.
Parish Church of Mellieha which is dedicated to the Birth of Our Lady and was built between 1881 and 1898
Another of my works from my recent visit to Malta, This time a more painterly, textured work of a tourist coach and horse in M’dina.
Clever mural on the wall in the Fontanella Tea Garden in M’dina, Malta. Enjoyed some great cake here.
Another new Maltese landscape work a view of Valletta across the bay from Silema.
“Love Locks” on an a bollard and bridge in St. Julians, Malta.
I’m reminded of the Hollies song: “I can’t tell the bottom from the top”
“And I can’t tell the bottom from the top
Am I standing on my head or on my heels?
Is it cloudy is it bright?
Is it day or is it night?
Am I wrong or am I right?
And is it real?”